Robert Lufkin MD
“My mission is to empower people to improve prevent and reverse chronic diseases to improve health span and lifespan.”
Robert Lufkin MD is a Medical School Professor who has served at both UCLA and USC Schools of Medicine.
In addition to being a practicing physician, he is author of over 200 peer reviewed scientific papers and 14 books that are available in six languages.
Robert has given invited lectures/keynotes around the world, and was named one of the ‘100 Most Creative People in Los Angeles’ by Buzz Magazine. His latest book “Lies I Taught In Medical School” is in preparation.
His honors include serving as President of the Society of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, President of the American Society of Head and Neck Radiology, and numerous other professional affiliations. Among his many inventions including several patents in artificial intelligence, he developed an MR-compatible biopsy needle which is used worldwide today as the “Lufkin Needle.”
Robert studied computer science at Brown University and completed his medical degree at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
He is currently Adjunct Clinical Professor of Radiology at the USC Keck School of Medicine with an academic focus on the applied science of longevity. He is also Chief of Metabolic Imaging at a large medical network in southern California.